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[Osdc-list] Open source is for lovers | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 12



This week, 13 articles and a new poll from opensource.com It's your weekly snapshot about what’s happening on the site and, of course, to remind you of the different ways you can participate. [http://opensource.com/participate]

*Contributor spotlight*
Erlend Sogge Heggen - http://opensource.com/

*This week's articles*

* Five questions about open source and branding with Alina Wheeler - by Chris Grams * http://opensource.com/business/11/2/five-questions-about-open-source-and-branding-alina-wheeler

    * Open source is for lovers -  by Mary Ann
    * http://opensource.com/life/11/2/open-source-lovers

* Looking forward to a sweet new year selling open source- by Stephen Jacobs * http://opensource.com/education/11/2/looking-forward-sweet-new-year-selling-open-source

* Economics of Participatory Government: The Coming (temporary) Scarcity - by Art Seavey * http://opensource.com/government/11/2/economics-participatory-government-coming-temporary-scarcity

    * Open source procurement: Indemnity - by Simon Phipps
    * http://opensource.com/law/11/2/open-source-procurement-indemnity

    * The four capital mistakes of open source - by Nicolas Pujol
    * http://opensource.com/business/11/2/four-capital-mistakes-open-source

    * Webcast recap: General Hugh Shelton - by Ruth Suehle
* http://opensource.com/government/11/2/webcast-today-general-hugh-shelton

    * The open source revolution - by Raymond Schillinger
    * http://opensource.com/government/11/2/open-source-revolution

* User-led innovation can't create breakthroughs. Really? - by Chris Grams * http://opensource.com/business/11/2/user-led-innovation-cant-create-breakthroughs-really

* Open Source at the State Department: Loud, timely, not your parents’ State Department - by Heather LaGarde * http://opensource.com/government/11/2/open-source-state-department-loud-timely-not-your-parents%E2%80%99-state-department

* Open business funding: New ideas for a new economy - by Rebecca Fernandez * http://opensource.com/business/11/2/open-business-funding-new-ideas-new-economy

* Tech State: Oh, the places we STILL need to go... - by Melanie Chernoff * http://opensource.com/government/11/2/techstate-oh-places-we-still-need-go

    * Twenty questions I ask myself every day - by Vineet Nayar
* http://opensource.com/business/10/11/twenty-questions-i-ask-myself-every-day

    * Poll: Which type of session is most appealing?
* http://opensource.com/should-be/11/2/poll-which-type-session-most-appealing


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